Tag: inventor

  • Bottle Caps and Pink Pearl Erasers

    Bottle Caps and Pink Pearl Erasers

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    Since buying my first “collectible” postcard, I have often thought that there are postcards for “everything.” I don’t know if it’s true, but a recent discovery, the card you see here, is my very first Bottle Cap postcard. So, check Bottle Caps off the list.

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  • Thomas Edison and Henry Ford

    Thomas Edison and Henry Ford

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    Thomas Edison and Henry Ford had become friends when Ford worked for Edison in Detroit. They established Winter retreats next to each other in Fort Myers, Florida. The inventor and the automobile magnate collaborated on several projects and were still close when Edison died in 1931.

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Past Article

Ray Hahn

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We historians, whether professional or amateur, casual or serious, real or imagined have many conceptual ideas about how history should be taught, learned, excepted as truth or fancy, and used to make decisions. Without regard to how history is learned we look at the “younger” generations and shake our heads thinking, “will they ever learn?” […]

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